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Lacrosse: Zanta sparks Tartans' win

Lacrosse: Zanta sparks Tartans' win

Cara Zanta scored four goals and assisted on another to lead the Scotia-Glenville girls’ lacrosse te

Cara Zanta scored four goals and assisted on another to lead the Scotia-Glenville girls’ lacrosse team to a 15-3 win over South Glens Falls Monday in the Foothills Council.

Queensbury’s Lindsey White scored five times and handed out an assist in a 20-5 win over Schuylerville. Mary Rahal had four goals and three assists, while Allison Butler (3-3) and Katie Zilka (3-1) had hat tricks.

Catie Vivian had nine goals and two assists for Holy Names in a 16-11 Capital District Women’s Lacrosse League win over Hoosick Falls.

Xani Shultis scored four goals for Emma Willard in a 10-5 win over Schenectady.

Kiki Cunningham added two goals, while Tatum West had a goal and two assists. Olivia Gundrum made six saves for Emma Willard (3-2, 3-5).

Schenectady was led by Breona Richmond with three goals, and Kendra Arcos made 11 saves.

Kailyn Hart’s seven goals paced Shaker past Averill Park, 20-9, in the Suburban Council, and Julia Lennon added another six goals and two assists. Maeve Lennon had three goals and two assists, and Carlie Maxwell handed out three helpers.

Averill Park’s Caitlin O’Shea had three goals and an assist, while both Emily Halpin and Sofia Sorrianto had two goals and an assist.

Saratoga Springs (4-6) got four goals apiece from Maria Zinter, Hanna Wise and Molly Kern to beat Columbia, 13-11, in a non-league game.

The Blue Devils got five goals from Helena Masiello, while Gabriella Childrose had four goals and an assist.

FOOTHILLS COUNCIL

SCOTIA-GLENVILLE 15,

SOUTH GLENS FALLS 3

South Glens Falls  1 2 —  3

Scotia-Glenville 12 3 — 15

South Glens Falls scoring: Emily Vetter 3-0, Elizabeth Spada 0-2. Scotia-Glenville scoring: Cara Zanta 4-1, Dominique Puglisi 3-1, Katelyn Dwyer 3-0, Carle McNulty 2-0, Maddie Carroll 1-3, Courtney Conover 1-0, Dara Orederu 1-0.

Goaltenders: South Glens Falls, Stephanie Rosa, 1 save; Shelby West, 4 saves. Scotia-Glenville, Abbie McHerron, 4 saves; Kira Bonanza, 5 saves.

QUEENSBURY 20, SCHUYLERVILLE 5

Schuylerville  3 2 —  5

Queensbury 14 8 — 20

Schuylerville scoring: Jordyn Rousselle 3-0, Morgan Gunter 1-1, Amy Moreau 1-0. Queensbury: Lindsey White 5-1, Mary Rahal 4-3, Allison Butler 3-3, Katie Zilka 3-1, Alexis Gordon 2-2, Christie Raymond 2-1, Natasha Rahal 1-0.

Goaltenders: Schuylerville, Anna Moreau, 8 saves. Queensbury, Bridget Bell, 2 saves; Lauren DeLor, 2 saves.

SUBURBAN COUNCIL

SHAKER 20, AVERILL PARK 9

Shaker 9 11 — 20

Averill Park 6  3 —  9

Shaker scoring: Kailyn Hart 7-0, Julia Lennon 6-2, Maeve Lennon 3-2, Audry Conti 1-1, Kailey Dodd 1-0, Sarah Cheney 1-0, Darby King 1-0, Carlie Maxwell 0-3. Averill Park scoring: Caitlin O’Shea 3-1, Emiy Halpin 2-1, Sofia Sorrianto 2-1, Erin Burton 1-0, Katie McDowell 1-0, Megan Lettko 1-0.

Goaltenders: Shaker, Julia Maloney, 6 saves. Averill Park, Morgan Minkler, 6 saves; Taylor Clement, 3 saves.

CDWLL

EMMA WILLARD 10, SCHENECTADY 5

Schenectady 2 3 —  5

Emma Willard 8 2 — 10

Schenectady scoring: Breona Richmond 3-0, Kristen St. Andrews 1-0, Michelle-Lane Detouche 1-0. Emma Willard scoring: Xani Shultis 4-0, Kiki Cunningham 2-0, Tatum West 1-2, Talia Segal 1-1, Elsie Campbell 1-1, Erin Hogan 1-0, Olivia Cardish 0-1.

Goaltenders: Schenectady, Kendra Arcos, 11 saves. Emma Willard, Olivia Gundrum, 6 saves.

HOLY NAMES 16, HOOSICK FALLS 11

Holy Names 9 7 — 16

Hoosick Falls 6 5 — 11

Holy Names scoring: Catie Vivian 9-2, Riley Williams 3-2, Lisa Hladik 3-1, Skylar Miglucci 1-0, Jaclyn Hunziker 0-1. Hoosick Falls: Caytkyn Springer 5-1, H. Rmulo 3-0, Jordan Haynes 2-2, Dana O’Malley 1-0, Claire Seifert 0-1.

Goaltenders: Holy Names, Taylor Barnes, 4 saves. Hoosick Falls, Zaynah Poore, 2 saves.

NON-LEAGUE

SARATOGA SPRINGS 13,

COLUMBIA 11

Columbia 5 6 — 11

Saratoga Springs 8 5 — 13

Columbia scoring: Helena Mosiello 5-0, Gabriella Childrose 4-1, Jackie McGlynn 2-1. Saratoga Springs scoring: Maria Zinter 4-0, Hanna Wise 4-0, Molly Kern 4-0, Ann Mahoney 1-2, Olivia Lehane 0-1, Nicala Sirianni 0-1, Caitlyn Larrabee 0-1.

Goaltenders: Columbia, Not provided. Saratoga Springs, Zoie Cavotta, 7 saves.

Boys

Brothers prevail

Christian Brothers Academy ran away from Amsterdam in a Big 10 game, 16-6, getting four goals and an assist from Aidan Murphy. Chris Willox and Jack Zilgme both had three goals, Willox adding an assist. Don Vivian scored once and handed out five assists. Connor Wacksman (nine saves), and Tim O’Connell (five) split time in the net for the Brothers (2-0, 4-5).

Amsterdam (0-3, 3-4) was led by Joe Magaletti with four goals, while Kevin Ottati had two.

Greenwich’s Jordan Watkins led a balanced attack with three goals and an assist as the Witches topped Maple Hill, 17-1, in the Wasaren League.

Garret Carraga (2-2), Dennis Dauphin (2-2), Dan Callahan (2-1), Jack Pemrick (2-1), Hayden Stalter (2-1) and Tyler Mattison (2-0) each scored twice. Adam Thomas made eight saves.

BIG 10

CBA 16, AMSTERDAM 6

CBA 5 6 4 1 — 16

Amsterdam 2 1 1 2 —  6

CBA scoring: Aidan Murphy 4-1, Chris Willox 3-1, Jack Zilgme 3-0, Ryan O’Hagan 2-2, Jack Ladd 2-1, Don Vivian 1-5, Discipio 1-1, Sean Mesick 0-1. Amsterdam scoring: Joe Magaletti 4-0, Kevin Ottati 2-0, Matt Fedullo 0-2.

Goaltenders: CBA, Connor Wacksman, 9 saves; Tim O’Connell, 5 saves. Amsterdam, Dillon Smith, 11 saves.

WASAREN LEAGUE

GREENWICH 17, MAPLE HILL 1

Greenwich 3 3 8 4 — 17

Maple Hill 0 0 0 1 —  1

Greenwich scoring: Jordan Watkins 3-1, Garret Carraga 2-2, Dennis Dauphin 2-2, Dan Callahan 2-1, Jack Pemrick 2-1, Hayden Stalter 2-1, Tyler Mattison 2-0, Glen Taylor 1-2, Ryan Saunders 1-1, Tim Rowland 0-1. Maple Hill Scoring: Cole Cioffi 1-0.

Goaltenders: Greenwich, Adam Thomas, 8 saves. Maple Hill, J.D. Dorward, 6 saves; Carter Zimmerman, 1 save.

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